Dr. Kay Arwady Broadwater has been a part of the full time faculty of the Department of Art since 1996. ln 1994, Dr. Broadwater founded a partnership with New Song Academy that links university students with urban youth to explore visual arts together, break down stereotypes, learn about human commonality and difference, integrate theory with practice and encourage the youth from Baltimore's Sandtown community to gain a vision for attending college. This program has expanded and has become part of the curriculum in three TU departments.
In 2008, Dr. Broadwater traveled to Liberia and conducted professional development in war torn conditions with 2l teachers in the area of arts education. Kay is currently the Curriculum Expert for the Arts Integration Institute and has been involved with the Crossing Borders/Breaking Boundaries program at College Park, the Multicultural Task Force, the Holocaust and Human Rights Committee and is on the Faculty Advisory Committee for the Asian Arts &Culture Center. In 2010, Dr. Broadwater was named the Maryland Art Educator of the Year as well as Student Government Association Faculty Member of the Year.
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